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Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in Africa and Asia. 

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Martin Forsyth

In North-East Nigeria, millions of children and families have been forced to flee their homes following conflict, leaving thousands of children out of school. In partnership with the Nigerian Gender, Equality, Peace and Development Centre, Street Child are establishing a temporary learning centre in Maiduguri giving 300 children the chance to go to school.

As part of the programme, 10 facilitators from nearby communities are training in Education in Emergencies so they are ready to provide basic education and life skills to cope with emergencies. Peer clubs within the school will provide psychosocial support to girls and boys. Street Child will also be providing educational support to 100 households to ensure that these families can afford to send their children to school long-term.


Japhet was born in Maiduguri and currently taking part in the Education in Emergencies training workshop.

 “Due to the insurgency some children lost their parents and are displaced. Street Child is the best opportunity to take them back to school and get to the right path. I feel passion in helping the less privileged in gaining more knowledge. They will help their families and their society. I would like to be a lecturer in the future

22 year old Stella is also from Maiduguri and graduated from the Maiduguri College of Education

“I have not had any practical experience of teaching since I graduated last year which was a source of worry for me, because I was trained to be a teacher. I believe the SC teacher training programme will open me out to new knowledge, thinking, teaching approach and perspective especially as it has to do with children in conflict situation here in Maiduguri. My responsibility is not only to contribute in helping the children acquire basic literacy and numeracy knowledge but also to support them in overcoming the emotional and traumatic situation facing them as a result of the crisis. I want to give a listening ears to them when they want to speak and be there for them at all times’’.